Below are links that provide additional information on veteran benefits and services.
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US Department of Veteran Affairs Crisis Hotline
Translate Your Military Skills and Find Jobs
Translate your military resume to civilian resume
America's Top Military-Friendly Colleges
Scholarship & Financial Aid Guide
DD 214/Separation Documents, Personnel Records, Replacement Medals, and/or Medical Records
G.I. Bill from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Website
G.I. Bill & Texas Hazelwood Act Education Benefits from the Texas Veterans Leadership Program of the Texas Workforce Commission
VA Advanced GI Bill Payment Recovery
VFW Insurance Plans for Members — Support the VFW and get quality insurance for all your needs
State agency for helping veterans with education & disability benefits.
Mesothelioma + Asbestos Awareness Center —
Veterans face the risk of developing mesothelioma, a deadly disease caused by exposure to asbestos while serving their country.
Texas Veterans Land Board (TVLB)
State agency for helping veterans with home ownership benefits
Dept. of Veterans Affairs Website
Social Security Administration
Official website of the Social Security Administration
Veterans Preference Expert System job finder
Providing access to veteran job board and job placement program
College Financial Aid: Soldiers, Veterans and Their Families
U.S. Servicemember's Guide To Academic Programs and Aid
Official VA Link to GI Bill Benefits
Here's how to contact your congressman and more
Texas State Legislature Website
This excellent link provides guidance and on-line forms for requesting military records (DD 214) and/or medals
Soldiers and Sailors Relief Act
Information on federal rules protecting
Transitioning to Civilian Life After the Military
Digital and Video Imagery Distribution System for the U.S. Military (DVIDS)
National Guard Association of Texas
Ultimate Tax Guide for Veteran
Provides access to over 10,000 services and resources at the national, state and local levels to support recovery, rehabilitation and community reintegration of veterans
Supporting Disabled Veterans
Veterans of the U.S. armed forces are at great risk of developing the asbestos-related cancer, known as mesothelioma.
Veterans who develop mesothelioma as a result of their service in the military are entitled to benefits and assistance from the U.S. government.
Website dedicated to those giving care to veterans
Veterans & Addiction Resource page
Addiction Treatment for Veterans
Website for information on Military Canines and their service in the military
United States Veterans Service Dogs
Provide members with service dogs to help mitigate the disabilities they face within their everyday lives
Helps veterans and their spouses pay for senior care like assisted living, home care, or nursing home care.